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Indian Temples and Jhandis in the Caribbean: Interview with HC of India to Trinidad and Tobago

Soft-spoken Orissa-born diplomat Arun Kumar Sahu is a poet at heart. His collection of poems “Iguana and Other Poems”  was recently published. Sahu is...

Is Astrology Important For Matrimony?

Matrimony, the holiest of all alliances, in all cultures but especially in the Indian context. India's customs and traditions lay a great emphasis on...

Can Astrology Be Able To Predict Death?

A lot of us use astrology to make predictions in our lives – often to great effect. Astrology has been used time and again...

Astrology, Zodiac Sign and COVID-19: What is the relation?

Renowned astrology researcher, Mahesh Bang, speaks to IANSlife on his prediction on whats in store for the future and also some of the reasons...

4 Zodiac Signs Women Fall For Easily

Oct 08, 2017: Haven’t you sometimes thought that there are some guys you just instantly fall for? Well, it is not your fault honestly,...

Jupiter Transit In Libra 12 September 2017 – & Its effect On All Signs

Transit of Jupiter in Libra, 12th September'2017 Jupiter is called Dev Guru. It is a benefic planet. It has 5, 7 & 9 aspect. Its...

Astro-numerological ways to find your Soulmate: Expert Gauravv Mittal

New Delhi, Sep 23 : Understanding each other is essential for a successful wedding. Try a few astro-numerological ways to find your soulmate, says...

How Modern was Ancient Indian Astrology? Find out more about Indian marriage and Twin Star system!

About 5,000 to 7,000 years ago ancient Indians were able to recognize the 15th brightest object in the sky, the Antares twin star...

Gurukul system Vs Anglophonic education: Which learning system is better for children?

By Gaurav Sharma Education is not about flooding the brain with mass volumes of data. It is not about maximising the economic prospects of an...

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